Bruno: Channel Can Dig Into IoT, Data Center, Small-Form-Factor Opportunities
Intel's hardware may be traditionally based in the PC market, but the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company has been also making advancements in new segments -- including new technology relating to the Internet of Things, memory and data center.
Partners are eyeing these new opportunities at the company's Intel Solutions Summit this week in Orlando.
Intel Americas General Manager CJ Bruno talked to CRN about what opportunities these new segments hold for Intel's Technology Provider partners, from tapping into Intel's new performance -- enhanced 3D NAND products and 3D Crosspoint technology, to looking for business applications for the Internet of Things. Following are excerpts from Bruno's discussion with CRN on these lucrative segments.